Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), along with other House GOP members led by GOP Rep. Maria Salazar (FL), is pushing an amnesty plan for illegals as southern border crossings hit sky-high levels at the southern border.
During a press conference this week, Salazar announced the amnesty plan that would hand green cards to illegals enrolled for former Obama’s DACA program and gives visas to around 11 to 22 million illegals across the nation.
The full list of RINO lawmakers backing this plan include:
- Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
- Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL)
- Rep. David Valado (R-CA)
- Rep. Fred Upton (R-MI)
- Rep. Blake Moore (R-UT)
- Rep. Burgess Owens (R-UT)
- Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA)
- Rep. John Curtis (R-UT)
- Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-NY)
- Rep. Carlos Gimenez (R-FL)
The amnesty — called the “Dignity Proposal” — would hand over legal status to almost 1.5 to 3.5 million illegals who are enrolled for DACA. These illegals can then apply for green cards and get American citizenship later on.
All other illegals would get amnesty through a 10 year work visa program if they pass a criminal background check, pay taxes, and keep taking an American job.
The amnesty states these illegals will not get “means-tested entitlements” and must pay a fine.
After having a work visa for 10 years, illegals could then go through a 5-year program, which includes learning English, to eventually get a green card. Once a green card is obtained, the illegals can then apply to become naturalized citizens.
Also hidden in the amnesty are measures that would bring in more foreign workers to the country to take other jobs in industries like technology and farming.
Also, in the Senate, National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Senator Rick Scott (FL) has offered a similar amnesty where possibly 1.5 million illegals would get citizenship.
Already, this country gives over 1.2 million green cards every year — 70 percent of which are given to relatives of naturalized citizens. More than that, about 1.4 million foreigners are able to get work visas every year to secure jobs in the U.S.